Dr. Burhanuddin Uysal, former deputy of the Justice and Development Party, passed away in Ankara.
Uysal The 54-year-old, who studied at Karabuk University, was diagnosed with COVID-19 about a month ago.
Uysal, who had been in treatment at the Ankara city hospital for a while, died today, and Uysal will receive a plot of land in the Eregli district in his hometown of Konya in the afternoon.
Karabuk Governor Fouad Gurel and Karabuk University President Rafik Bulat also published a letter about Uysal’s death.
Joel stated in his message that they were deeply saddened by the loss of Uysal and wished God’s mercy.
On the other hand, Polat said in his letter: “The work and efforts of our teacher who represents the great value of the Karabuk University family will never be forgotten.
As the family of Karabük University, I wish my condolences to our honorable professor, may God have mercy on him, his relatives and loved ones. “
About us. Dr. Burhanuddin Uysal
Burhan Uysal was born on June 20, 1967 in Konya, and Uysal graduated from the Police Academy in 1992 after completing his university education at Gazi University.
He completed his master’s and doctoral degrees at the Institute of Science at Ghazi University, and worked as a Commissioner and Director of Police between 1989-1994.
He also worked as a lecturer at Van Yusunko Yale University between 1994-1997, and continued his academic career at Zonguldak Karaelmas University between 1997-2000.
Uysal was appointed President of Karabük University on January 17, 2008, and was the founding president for two terms, also held the position of Chairman of YURTKUR Board of Directors between 2013-2015.
Uysal, who was Karabuk’s 26th deputy from the AKP, is married with three children.